A man and a woman were arrested after they were spotted having sex in public in Riverside last Thursday afternoon, October 16.
Southampton Town Police said they observed the couple—Alison Pfefferkorn, 30, of Sag Harbor and Evelio Diaz-Godinez, 50, of Flanders—having sex “in view of the public” on Lake Avenue at around 3 p.m. Police, who have not responded to several requests seeking additional information, did not specify if the couple were inside a car or outside a home at the time.
Ms. Pfefferkorn was charged with public lewdness and prostitution, both misdemeanors, while Mr. Diaz-Godinez was charged with public lewdness and third-degree patronizing a prostitute, both misdemeanors, according to authorities.
Both were transported to police headquarters in Hampton Bays for processing. They were held overnight and arraigned on Friday morning in Southampton Town Justice Court.
A Bridgehampton woman contacted authorities last week, six months after a box filled with expensive coats was stolen from her front stoop.
The woman said the stolen items included a full-length brown sable fur coat valued at $80,000, a full-length reversible rabbit fur and suede coat worth $25,000, a black sheepskin jacket valued at $8,000, and a three-quarter-length tan sheepskin and wool coat worth $10,000.
The victim said she left the box outside her home in April but did not report the crime until October 15, when she discovered that the company she was sending them to never received the shipment. The box was supposed to be picked up by UPS and delivered to an undisclosed company in New York City, according to the incident report.
Police did not know where the box was supposed to be delivered or why the woman was not notified sooner. Detectives are investigating the theft.
A live-in landlord said he was awakened by his intoxicated tenant and beaten early Friday morning, according to Southampton Town Police.
Authorities said the tenant—Augusto Tomas, 25, of Noyac—came home highly intoxicated and began pounding on the door to the home that he shares with his landlord. After the landlord opened the door, Mr. Tomas started yelling at him before punching the victim several times in the face and stomach, police said.
The landlord contacted police and officers arrested Mr. Tomas at around 5:25 a.m. at their Cove Lane home. He was arraigned in Southampton Town Justice Court later that morning.
Police said they do not know what prompted the confrontation, or if the landlord required treatment for his injuries.